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IT Developer in Eagan, MN at Factory Motor Parts

Date Posted: 1/25/2018

Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type:
    Full-Time
  • Location:
    Eagan, MN
  • Job Type:
    Other
  • Experience:
    Not Specified
  • Date Posted:
    1/25/2018

Job Description

Factory Motor Parts is looking for a Developer/Programmer to join the fast paced IT team at our corporate office in Eagan, MN.


The Developer/Programmer conducts analyses and preparation of program specifications. This position will also review systems analyses and programming specifications to assure they meet design and interface responsibility.


Qualified candidates will have content expertise in the following areas:
  • Participate as a representative of IT on cross-functional teams where projects and/or assignments affect multiple entities.
  • Research, analyze, and design IT solutions which meet the company’s operational and reporting needs.
  • Codes, test, debugs, implements, and documents programs, processes, and requirements of developed programs.
  • Work with end users to trouble shoot, resolve issues and validate programming requirements.
  • Designs systems and programs to meet complex business needs.
  • Prepares detailed specification from which programs are developed and coded.
  • Ensures programs meet standards and technical specifications; performs technical analysis and component delivery.
  • Gathers information from existing systems, analyzes program and time requirements. Prepares time estimates and justification for assigned tasks.
  • Designs programs for projects or enhancements to existing programs.
  • Writes specifications for programs of low to moderate complexity.
  • Develops test plans to verify logic of new or modified programs.
  • Conduct quality assurance activities.
  • Remains abreast of industry technical trends and new development to maintain current skills and remain current with industry standards.

Job Requirements

Qualified candidates must have:
  • Ability to communicate effectively, written and verbal, and be able to adapt communication style to the audience.
  • Ability to translate and communicate technical information in layman language.
  • Excellent demonstrated knowledge including, but not limited to: Python Scripting, .NET, SQL, PHP, HTML, Firebird, MS Access, IBM Unidata, and Crystal Reporting.
  • Knowledge of basic budgeting, accounting and other distribution procedures.
  • Solid ability to manage multiple, often conflicting, priorities effectively while accurately estimating time to complete tasks in order to meet deadlines.
  • Must be deadline focused, detail orientated, well organized and self motivated.
  • Ability to work as part of a team or independently.
  • Excellent analytical and problem solving skills.


Minimum requirements include:
  • Bachelor’s degree in computer science, mathematics, or related field AND
  • Four or more years of programming or testing experience.
  • Experience working with appropriate programming languages, operating systems and software.
  • Experience working with MS SQL databases to facilitate programming software.
  • Experience in programming development, data analysis and/or database administration is preferred.

An industry leader, FMP offers a well-balanced compensation and benefits programs, including medical, dental, life, 401K, profit sharing, paid holidays/vacation/sick time, STD/LTD, + much more. Salary is based on experience and job performance.


If you are ready for a new destination, we would like to hear from you. Please visit our website to apply online at www.factorymotorparts.com



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